At work today we were doing an amputation and the cat's temp was dropping very quickly. So I was running around like mad getting warm fluid bags, towels, etc. I went to plug in the fluid warmer and it wouldn't go, so somehow I ended up shocking the mess out of myself. It didn't burn my finger, but my left arm is still tingly. Not constantly, but anytime I touch that finger to something it sends tingles up my whole arm. This was about 2-3 hours ago. Anybody ever been shocked? Is this something to be concerned about or should it go away? I felt so dumb, . But the rest of the cat's surgery went splendidly, so it was worth it, lol.
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5/7/09 at 4:56pm